A video of Kylian Mbappe and his PSG teammates mocking Erling Haaland has surfaced amid criticisms being levelled against Argentina goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez for holding a doll with the French superstar’s face on it during the team’s celebration of their World Cup victory in Buenos Aires.

The video is from 2020, when Haaland was still playing for Borussia Dortmund. Haaland had done his “zensational” celebration after scoring twice in a Champions League game against the Parisians. However, in the second leg, as soon as Neymar scored the first goal, he imitated the then-teenager’s celebration.

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The PSG players carried on their taunts inside the dressing room, and the video of the same has been doing the rounds on social media. Check it out right here:

The fan who posted the video took an aim at Martinez’s critics, saying, “For those who blamed Emi Martínez for Mbappe banter should also notice how Mbappe was trolling a 20 year old Erling Haaland. POV: Moral policing can’t be a one lane highway.”

Martinez’s taunts against Mbappe are being seen by some observers as his reply to the 24-year-old’s comments regarding South American football before the World Cup.

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Mbappe had regarded European football as being superior to South American, saying, “The advantage that we European [favorites] have is that we always play each other and we have high level matches. … Argentina and Brazil don’t have that level of competition in South America, the football is not as developed as in Europe, that is why most recent World Cup winners have been Europeans.”

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Although Mbappe put up a sensational performance for his side in the World Cup final, it was not enough to secure Les Bleus their second consecutive World Cup title. Argentina won 4-2 in the penalty shootout, bringing an end to their 36-year World Cup drought.